Saudi Airlines has restarted its flight operations to Pakistan after the suspension of 7 months owing to the COVID-19 epidemic.
As per the available details, the flag carrier airline of the Kingdom, Saudi Airlines touched the skies after it got approval to fly to twenty nations in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.
Passengers could now fly to Islamabad, Alexandria, Karachi, Nairobi, Cairo, Amesterdam, Kuala Lumpur, London, Manila, Paris, Addis Ababa, Dubai, Istanbul, Frankfurt, Tunis, Amman, Khartoum, Washington DC and Jakarta.
The Kingdom lifted the ban partially on the suspension of the international flights from the 15th of September, 6 months after the travel ban was put into effect due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, there has reports of 21 new deaths linked with the novel virus. The death count due to the coronavirus now stands at 5,108.
Previously, the Kingdom announced its very first 5-riyal banknote.